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On April 3, Montana lost a wise and deeply decent public servant.
Thirty years ago, Montana lost one of the seats in the U.S. House of Representatives we had held for 80 years.
Fairness is the goal of the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act currently being considered in the U.S. Congress.
When we elect politicians, the hope is that as they share information, they are giving us as much truth as possible.
The Lake County-CSKT Unified Command Center (UCC) urges every resident to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
After a year of isolation, Ronan offered up a refreshing, well attended public event last Wednesday evening with its St. Patrick’s Day parade.
As we begin the second half of the 67th legislative session I would like to highlight some very important bills that we can all support for the benefit of Mo...
March 18, 2021 letters to the editor
The roles of tribal relations manager and director of American Indian health are uniquely positioned to enable DPHHS to effectively engage and strengthen collaborative partnerships.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Flathead Reservation – Polson clubhouse has been up and running for over four months, and the possibilities it offers just keep growing.
For decades in Montana, Indigenous people have gone missing, many times murdered and leaving behind families to search desperately for their loved ones.
I’m proud to be sponsoring three bills that are key to leading the Montana comeback: Senate Bills 159, 181 and 182.
Thanks to those who so willingly gave of their time to “ring the bell” for the Salvation Army’s Kettle Campaign.
Greetings from Helena.
As we finish up the second week of the legislative session it is not business as usual in Helena due to COVID-19.